Protection Regulation - GDPR
The protection of your privacy is important to us.
Please observe the following privacy information when visiting the website www.sea2energy.com If you have further questions regarding the
handling of your personal data, please do not hesitate to contact our data
protection officer at email@example.com
1. Personal data
Personal Data are collected and processed according the European Data
Protection Regulation are defined as any information concerning the personal
or material circumstances of an identified or identifiable individual. This
includes information such as your name, your address, your telephone number
or your date of birth.
2. Collection and use of data
Unless stated otherwise in the following sections, we do not collect, process
or use any personal data when people visit the pages on our website.
From the use of 1&1 Analytics, we obtain certain
technical information transmitted by your browser, for example:
type and version,
system you are using,
on our website which you visit,
long you remain on different pages and
you have previously visited.
We only use this information for statistical
3. Analytics & Cookies, see also www.1und1.de.
This website uses 1&1 Analytics, a web analytics service provided by 1&1 Internet SE
4. Social Bookmarks
Personal data, such as name or email address will only be collected on
our website if you make them available to us for example by contacting us,
e.g. by sending them to us via email.
Personal information that you share with us will of course only be
used for the purpose for which you have provided it to us.
Information shared with us is given expressively on a voluntary basis
and with your consent. When providing us with contact details, like email
address or telephone number, you also consent to us contacting you via those
communication channels to answer your request.
We have taken extensive technical and operational
precautions to protect personal data from unauthorized access and misuse. Our
security procedures are monitored regularly and updated in line with
7. Data transfer to third parties
Your personal data is not transferred to third
parties unless there is a legal obligation for the data transfer. Insofar as
external companies have access to your personal data, we take all necessary
legal, technical and organizational measures and carry out regular audits to
ensure that these companies comply with GDPR.
8. Your rights
Right of revocation: You are entitled to revoke a given consent to the
collection and use of your personal data at any time with effect for the
are entitled to request information regarding the data stored in relation to
your person or to your pseudonym. Upon your request the information can be
Right to correction, blocking or
are entitled to request the correction, blocking or deletion regarding the
data stored in relation to your person. Insofar as legal obligations prevent
us from deleting your personal data, your data will be blocked and only made
accessible for the purposes of compulsory legal regulations.
To enforce your rights for revocation, information
correction, blocking or deletion, please contact our data protection officer
via firstname.lastname@example.org. The exercising of your rights is free of charge.
9. Data protection officer
If you have any questions regarding the processing
of your personal data, please do not hesitate to contact our data protection
officer directly. He will also assist you in case you have any requests or
Dr. Walter L. Kuehnlein
The Picasso Building
West Yorkshire WF1 5PF
Phone: +44-20-3026 6829
at any time, observing the applicable law.
Last update May 2018.